Parents love CWIST because they know it’s the place to go to make helping around the house fun with challenges that don’t seem like chores. You can search for helpful ideas about how to turn mundane chores into educational opportunities for the family to enjoy. Let’s face it, you’ve got a busy workload and could use the help with chores around the house. Your kids might not take much personal satisfaction in doing dishes or vacuuming the carpet. These fun activities for kids will help you, the parent, by teaching your child how to take over the laundry duties. Make learning fun with chores and introduce your child to laundry duty this summer.
Your child is going to work up a sweat with the summer activities for kids on CWIST. Sweaty kids will lead to stinky clothes. Don’t worry. The Magical Drawer: Time to Learn Laundry will teach your child how to share some of the laundry duties. He won’t have to worry about whether his baseball pants or favorite shirt will be available when he needs them. This fun chores activity will help your child become more independent and take some of the load off your shoulders.
- Laundry Awareness and Education is another fun chores activity for your child to learn about laundry. The difference between this activity and the previous CWIST is that this activity is intended for a child who is already curious about how to help more around the house. This CWIST takes your child’s laundry involvement to the next level. Assign this CWIST to your older child who is naturally inclined to be your little helper. Consider taking advantage of WISHES to reward your child for her hard work.
- Change the way your child looks at laundry with the Science Fair: Homemade vs. Brand Name Laundry Detergent. Cool science experiments can make your child experience everyday life in a fresh new way. This CWIST challenges your child to evaluate how much your family spends each year on laundry detergent. Homemade detergent is less expensive than store brand detergent. This CWIST helps your child prove scientifically which type of detergent works better. Your child will have hours of fun with this science experiment. In the end, you’ll benefit with some cost-effective, homemade laundry detergent. Make sure to supervise your child during the process.
These CWISTs blend the best of both worlds: hours of fun for your child and some much needed help for you around the house. Visit www.cwist.com for more ideas on how to make learning fun with chores this summer. Help is just a click away!